Each year, approximately 4,500 workers are killed on the job.
Thousands more suffer injury and life-changing consequences. Each day 12 people wake up, go to work and never return home. Occupational safety regulations, production automation and improved employee safety programs have aided in reducing these accidents from occurring, but there's still a ways to go. S-E-A's Occupational Health and Safety professionals, Industrial Hygienists, and engineers have real-world experience developing and implementing safety programs, revealing the cause of workplace accidents and testifying in OSHA proceedings as well as court.
Identifying the type of accident that occurred is a relatively simple task; however, determining which standards apply, the root cause of the accident and ultimately who's at fault and who's not remains a daunting challenge. The true cause of a fall, electrocution or other workplace accident is often buried in a mess of contractors and subcontractors, contracts, manufacturer recommendations and government regulations. S-E-A's team of experts has the tools and experience to unravel these complicated and emotional events.